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#1 Nov. 28, 2005 02:31:38

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admin and auto total rows


hi,I was just wondering if there was a feature in the admin tool to specifya total row on particular columns ?Also, i've been hearing about this new admin and reusing of the admincode, but cannot find any examples. Are there any at the moment ?thanks

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#2 Nov. 28, 2005 04:13:50

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On 11/27/05, Medium <> wrote:
> Also, i've been hearing about this new admin and reusing of the admin
> code, but cannot find any examples. Are there any at the moment ?

We'll have docs within a couple of days.

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#3 Nov. 28, 2005 05:19:47

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Adrian Holovaty wrote:On 11/27/05, Medium <> wrote:Also, i've been hearing about this new admin and reusing of the admin
code, but cannot find any examples. Are there any at the moment ?We'll have docs within a couple of days.

Adrian

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Adrian Holovaty
holovaty.com | djangoproject.com | chicagocrime.orgThanks for the heads up. However, I was looking at the admin code andnoticed that we can't customize any of the templates for tags. The one Iwas interested in was in templatetags/admin_list.py"admin/change_list_results" Is there a way for us to customize this ?with regards to my original question, I wanted to extend the change_listoutput to display a total row for particular columns. This would beawesome for the admin to enable all these hooks to customize it'sbehaviour when ever we want.

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#4 Nov. 28, 2005 08:55:13

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Terrific! - as I said in another post, the documentation in Django is
*extremely* helpful, and it's great to see the documentation tracking
the development so closely.

One question - is the new admin framework going to allow me to use the
forms type widgets, validators etc. in my own applications? Or have I
missed the point somewhat?

cheers
Tone

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